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When the National Football League and the American Football League merged in 1970, all players began wearing their names on their uniform jerseys. Before the merger, only the AFL teams wore jerseys with names.

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What actors and actresses appeared in 1968 NFL Championship Game - 1968?

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How many times did colts beat the broncos?

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How do you describe the Baltimore Orioles uniform?

When at home, they wear a white shirt and pants with the word "Orioles" on the chest and their name and number on the back Ex: Roberts 1. They also have a patch on the left arm that features the Maryland flag. They have orange tips on their sleeves. The road uniform is gray with the word "Baltimore" on the chest. They also feature the name and number and patch. They also have a black uniform with the word "Orioles" with the name and number on the back and patch on arm.


What movie and television projects has Lenny Moore been in?

Lenny Moore has: Played Himself - Baltimore Colts Halfback in "The NFL on CBS" in 1956. Played Himself - Baltimore Colts Halfback in "1959 NFL Championship Game" in 1959. Played Himself - Baltimore Colts Halfback in "1964 NFL Championship Game" in 1964. Played himself in "Homicide: Life on the Street" in 1993. Played himself in "ESPN SportsCentury" in 1999. Played Himself - Ceremonial Coin Toss in "Super Bowl XXXIII" in 1999. Played Himself - Colts Running Back 1958 in "The Greatest Game Ever Played" in 2008.


What movie and television projects has Norm Bulaich been in?

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There was a controversial play at the beginning of the second half of Super Bowl V, when the Dallas Cowboys were leading the Baltimore Colts, 13-6. An official ruled that the Colts had recovered a fumble by Dallas running back Duane Thomas near the Colts' goal line. The Cowboys argued that Thomas had simply let go of the ball when the play was over. Nonetheless, the ball was given to the Colts, denying the Cowboys a chance to extend their lead. The Colts eventually won the game 16-13 on a last-second field goal by Baltimore kicker Jim O'Brien.


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